A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating SPORTS Photos And Videos

October 31, 2017 | No Comments » | Topics: Sports

Guy who lost his leg to cancer got creative for Halloween 


Picture For Refernce


33 years ago MJ stepped on an NBA court for the 1st time. And the rest is history.


Former NBA ref Bob Delaney getting a ferocious earful from Michael Jordan. Before becoming an NBA ref, Delaney was a New Jersey State Trooper and undercover agent who infiltrated the mob in the 1970’s under the alias, “Bobby Covert”. He currently serves as the NBA Director of Officials


This is how LeBron James went from high school prodigy to basketball legend


Karl Anthony-Towns’ haunted kicks tonight


Trevor Booker joins Cleveland’s huddle


This guy really hates Tom Brady


View from the announcer’s booth in the fog during the Patriots vs. Falcons game 


Tennessee #7 flicks off an expressive Bama crowd after a touchdown. The longer you look, the better it gets


Cal QB Ross Bowers somersaults into the end zone for a TD 


The compression of this ball on a homerun


Throw it back! 


From broke & hungry, to hitting go ahead homers in Game 7 of the ALCS. Dream big

Evan Gattis was a premier amateur baseball player in the Dallas–Fort Worth area through high school. However, anxiety and substance abuse led him to abandon his scholarship to Texas A&M University

Gattis’ first job after quitting baseball was as a parking valet in Dallas. He then visited his sister in Boulder, Colorado, and decided to reside there. He sold his truck and worked in a pizza parlor and as a ski-lift operator at the Eldora Mountain Resort.  Depressed, unable to sleep, and contemplating suicide, Gattis entered an inpatient psychiatric ward for three days in the summer of 2007, where he was diagnosed with clinical depression and an anxiety disorder. He was released into the care of his father.


Ceremonial First Pitches


Great photo from the Leafs-Hurricanes game


Indonesian soccer player Terens Puhiri has incredible speed 


High school volleyball player makes an absurd flying save


Terry Fox was a 21 year old one leg cancer patient, who ran 5,373 kilometres (3,339 miles) across Canada in just 143 days, before dying to raise money and awareness for cancer research. The annual Terry Fox Run, first held in 1981, has grown to involve millions of participants in over 60 countries and is now the world’s largest one-day fundraiser for cancer research; over C$650 million has been raised in his name.


Armwrestler Matthias “Hellboy” Schlitte


Deadlifter’s bicep migrates up to his shoulder


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